• 09 June, 2024

    Change Makers: Nicole McKee

  • 09 June, 2024

    Change Makers: Brooke van Velden

  • 04 June, 2024

    ACT-ing Prime Minister

    This week ACT Leader David Seymour will be Acting Prime Minister. As long-time unconditional supporters of Seymour, we at Free Press are quietly chuffed.

  • 30 May, 2024

    Adrian Orr’s browbeating is out of line

    Adrian Orr's job is to tackle inflation and regulate for financial stability, not to browbeat banks for supporting a thinktank he disagrees with.

  • 30 May, 2024

    Feilding school using children as political pawns

    Here we have school administrators using their publicly-funded position to push other people’s kids into anti-Government activism.

  • 29 May, 2024

    Karen Chhour responds to Te Pāti Māori

    Rawiri Waititi and the Māori Party’s regular divisive outbursts are incredibly disappointing – they’ve permanently lowered the standards of debate in our Parliament, and I feel sorry for them.

  • 28 May, 2024

    Easter trading debacle as local policies lapse

    Seven local councils have allowed their Easter Sunday trading policies to lapse.

  • 24 May, 2024

    Paul Henry to address New Zealanders at ACT rally

    ACT is pleased to announce the guest speaker for the Party's annual rally on 9 June in Auckland.

  • 23 May, 2024

    Activist mayors on a hiding to nothing over Māori wards

    This is absurd. Allowing local communities to have a say on their democratic structures is the epitome of local decision-making.

  • 22 May, 2024

    New bill provides for mutually-agreed end of employment

    ACT Small Business spokesperson Laura Trask has introduced a new member’s bill to the ballot to help employers and employees avoid costly unfair dismissal or personal grievance claims.

  • 22 May, 2024

    What has been done on Race Relations?

    At Free Press we hear fair concerns about the rate of policy reform since the election. Is the coalition Government doing enough, and fast enough?

  • 21 May, 2024

    Poll should give mettle to Govt’s cost-cutting

    A new poll revealing 64 percent of New Zealanders think government debt is too high should bolster the Coalition’s confidence to rein in the public sector.